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The CW's take on the Man of Steel has aired its full first season, which naturally means it's time for us to get straight into it about how the series held up throughout all its episodes thus far, and whether the finale delivered a satisfying climax to what was a highly promising start.
Years after the whole fiasco that was Gunn's firing by Marvel and subsequent hiring by DC (and then re-hiring by Marvel), the long-awaited quasi-reboot/semi-sequel to 2016's Suicide Squad has finally come out in theaters and on HBO Max. In this episode we discuss our thoughts on the Troma alum's take on the property, character moments that stood out, the not-so subtle themes, background details, and more.
We're back it again reviewing another installment of the MCU, and this time it's the long-awaited solo outing for the series' most popular female Avenger... post mortem. Did Scarlett Johansson's late heroic alter ego get a fair shake at leaving her mark on the franchise, or did the film lose its bite due to excessive sterilization of the intended darker undertones in addition to numerous delays resulting from the pa...
Reaching what finally seems to be the tail end of a year-long pandemic, we convened once again to talk about Zack Snyder zombies, Marvel trailers no one is interested in, and a couple DC shows.
Departing from our usual cycle of covering DC and Marvel properties, this time we're talking Amazon's newest R-rated and animated superhero series, Invincible. Is it really as good as critics have been saying, and of course, how does it compare to the source material from Image Comics? As always, these questions and more answered on this episode.
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MORTAL KOMBAT is once again a new film in theaters, and we've kome to test its might. How well does it utilize the now vast amount of source material from the games, and how does it kompare to the original movie version from 1995 and the web series from 2011/2013? Also, who the hell is Cole Young and why does anyone care? Get all the details on this episode.
The Mike, The Jack, and The CJ unite once again to review, rant, rave, rage, and ramble about the newest Marvel series to stream on Disney+. As you would likely expect, they explore how it compares to WandaVision, draws on elements from the comic books, and what its implications are for the inevitable next 40 installments of the MCU.
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Two titans collide as we're joined on the mic by Mike and Mike from the Mikes on Mics podcast to talk all about this year's biggest Celebrity Deathmatch - King Kong vs Godzilla! No, not the 1962 one, the 2021 one... well, both actually, but mostly the new one. Expect a large dose of trivia, rambling, questions, and of course nonsense.
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At long last, the Snyder Cut of Justice League has been RELEASED! Thus, it was time for us to come together once again and discuss it in all its 4-hour long glory, detailing our likes, dislikes, and how it overall compares to the Whedon-directed theatrical version.
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The first streaming series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has aired its finale, and naturally that means we must discuss it! Per the usual, we compare how the show stacked up to our expectations going in and get into the nitty gritty details of how it draws from the comics, connects to the rest of the MCU, and what it's potentially setting up for future film entries in the franchise.
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We're stepping once again into the CW's Arrowverse, but this time it's SUPERMAN who's taking center stage. Does this new family drama driven outing fall victim to the many tropes typical to the network's usual fare, or does it show promise that it could become a new mainstay series for DC properties on television? We're discussing these questions as well as our usual plot analysis, detailed nitpicks, and pre...
We've spouted a lot of nonsense over the years, and it was only a matter of time before we got cancelled for it. Now, that time has arrived, because we're talking all about how cancel culture itself needs to be cancelled, and it's undoubtedly going to offend somebody who might hold a grudge.
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It's the final podcast of 2020, and this time we live-streamed it on camera! On this hefty year-end episode, we talked about a whole mess of things, including the huge list of upcoming Disney+ projects, spoilers from The Mandalorian finale, the whole Cyberpunk 2077 fiasco, Left 4 Dead 3 (seriously), and the big HBO Max 2021 announcement. Settle in and get ready for a completely unrefined nonsense-fest.
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The war of the streaming services has begun as we discuss the recent decision by Warner Bros to release Wonder Woman 1984 directly to HBO Max this Christmas to compete with Disney+, which along with its own upcoming major releases, serves as home to what could potentially be a new hope for the future of the Star Wars franchise.
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It's our fourth late-October spine-chilling seasonal special, but this time the most terrifying thing about it is we didn't have any idea what to do before hitting record. How did we manage to scare up an hour's worth of conversation? Listen and find out!
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In this especially anticipated boulder-sized 2-hour episode, we reconvene to once again talk about one of our all-time favorite shows, and this time break down what each of our top 5 episodes from the series are. Dig your feet into the ground and listen up, it's gonna be a rocky ride.
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You didn't think we'd forget, did you? Yes, we're talking about DC, yet again, this time to give our thoughts on what was shown during the brand's new digital comic-con-like event last month. Stay tuned, there's more nonsense coming soon.
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This week we emerge from the iceberg we've been trapped in to talk all about the Avatar series (the good one). Is it still as good as we remember? Is the sequel series a worthy successor? Was that one time they tried to make it into live action really a horrible mess that should never be repeated despite the fact that Netflix is going to try it again anyway? Find out the answers to these questions on this episode.
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The time has finally come to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut! This week we go over the major announcement from HBO and what it could mean for the future of the DCUniverse streaming service, and then give our thoughts on the most recent seasons of a few Arrowverse shows.
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Got nothing better to do? Neither do we! So we talked about a variety of things including news about the Joe Rogan Podcast, some TV news and controversy, and a bit of gaming news, as well as a follow up on how we've been passing the time since the last episode.
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